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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announces the recall of more than 500,000 hoverboards due to the potential risk of batteries overheating and catching fire. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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A laser-guided smart robot is being developed in China that parks a car in under two minutes. As Stephanie McIntyre reports, it can squeeze into even the smallest and most awkward spaces with no need for a driver.
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Strong demand from euro zone countries for German industrial goods helped to cushion a drop in domestic orders in May, but the overall lacklustre data suggested that growth in Europe's largest economy would slow in the second quarter. As David Pollar
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Italy's bank shares have been plunging, shaking the financial foundations of the euro zone's third-largest economy and threatening contagion to other EU nations. As Hayley Platt reports, the crisis could also push Italy back into recession.
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Sterling has carved out a fresh 31-year trough while the safe-haven yen soared on heightening fears of the broader impact of Britain's vote last month to exit the European Union. Tara Joseph reports
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Japan has decided to keep two old nuclear reactors chugging, green-lighting an extension of their life well past their 40-year sell-by date. As Eve Johnson reports, critics say it's a sign the country hasn't learned any lessons from the 2011 Fuk
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Economist Jeffery Sachs says the uncertainty around Britain's decision to leave the European Union will impact development aid and investment in Africa if the exit does not take place quickly. Ivor Bennett reports
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New Yorkers daydream about mansions, and donating to charity as they buy tickets for a lottery with one of the 10 largest prizes in U.S. history. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Stocks fell on Wall Street despite turning in their best weekly performance of the year last week. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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A group of oil companies led by Chevron and Kazakhstan plan a $36.8 billion plan to boost production in the Central Asian country. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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The Federal Trade Commission is investigating the parent company of the infidelity dating site Ashley Madison, Reuters has learned. Lisa Bernhard reports.
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France's government invoked special constitutional powers on Tuesday to impose labour legislation that will make it easier to hire and fire staff, overriding street protesters staging their last rally of the summer. Laura Frykberg reports.